Beautiful nature reserve set over 7 acres and known for its rare orchids offers a rich and varied flora and fauna for you to enjoy near Canterbury. 

View of Elham Park Gate Down on a misty morning

Raglan Castle is set amid stunning countryside and is viewed as the grandest castle ever built by Welshmen. Built in 1435, the castle was once a fortress style palace with one of the most impressive Renaissance gardens in Britain, however it was purposefully destroyed during the Civil War and now stands in ruins.   

Raglan Castle

Sutton Hoo is a National Trust treasure - an Anglo-Saxon burial ground that is home to one of the most incredible archaelogical discoveries of all time. Set on a 245 acre site that you can explore with your loved ones and canine companion, it offers a great day out for all ages.   

CEO Jess cycling at Sutton Hoo

Golden Cap is a stunning National Trust area and offers the highest point on the south coast, part of the Jurassic Coastline in Dorset, from where you can enjoy 360º views over the sea and surrounding countryside.   

Jess and Dom taking a selfie at Golden Cap

Day 43 of The Quirky Tour and Jess and Dom visited Converted Railway Carriages in East Sussex, England.

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Exterior of a converted railway carriage with outside space and seating, under a bright blue sky